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Driverless Car Starts Journey from San Francisco to New York

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    The driverless Delphi car starts its journey from San Francisco to Los Angeles.

    A driverless car took off from the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge for its cross-country trip to New York.

    The 10-day, 3,500-mile trip will be the first and longest coast-to-coast drive by an automated vehicle. The Delphi will navigate highways and other roadways with no human hands on the wheel.

    But there will be an operator in the driver's seat at all times in case of trouble.

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